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Review, Reform and Reconstruct Malaysia

When a country has been damaged structurally by a corrupted and self-serving government and the country drained of her resources, a new foundation needs to be laid for better things to be built onto it.  But firstly, the rotten core needs to be removed, the damages need to be repaired and the wrongs made right. The old order is dismantled and replaced by the new.  The promise of a better Malaysia goes beyond the 100 days in office. Past wrongs must be put right and the corrupted and oppressive must be brought to justice.

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New Govt The LGE Corruption Trial |  

Posted on September 06, 2018

The High Court acquitted both Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng (LGE) who was alleged to have purchased a bungalow below market value and conversion of land status.  There have been various reactions to this decision. Here are the facts of the trial and also a collection of reactions from around.

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New Govt The Auditor General’s (A-G) 2017 Report

Posted on September 06, 2018

Audited accounts of the Federal Government, State Governments and Federal Statutory Bodies as well as the activities of the Ministry/Department/Agency and Companies under the Federal and State Government.

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1MDB Scandal Additional Charges for Najib under Anti-Money Laundering Act | 

Posted on August 08, 2018

Former Malaysian Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has been charged with another 3 charges for receiving RM42 million in illegal proceeds linked to SRC International Sdn Bhd via electronic transfer.

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New Govt Malaysia’s RM1 Trillion Debt | 

Posted on June 06, 2018

The new Malaysian government has revealed that Malaysia’s Federal Government liabilities stood at an alarming 1.087 trillion ringgit as of Dec. 31, 2017, or 80.3% of gross domestic product which differs significantly from the reported figure of RM608 billion or 50% of GDP, a ratio very much within the statutory debt level.  Click to read > |


Institutional Reforms Redefining PM, DPM and MPs as ‘Public Officers’ | 

Posted on July 10, 2018

The Reform: Amendments to the government code of ethics (announced on July 10) to include the Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister and Members of Parliament from the ruling party as ‘Public Officers’.

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